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Nick Scali repays JobKeeper following political pressure – Sydney Morning Herald

Furniture retailer Nick Scali has bowed to political pressure and agreed to pay back the $3.6 million the company received in JobKeeper.



On Monday, the retailers board said it was very appreciative of the JobKeeper program which it labelled as highly successful and integral to keeping people employed at the business.
Nick Scalis board, helmed by CEO Anthony Scali has agreed to pay back $3.6 million in JobKeeper.Credit:Ben Rushton
The JobKeeper scheme enabled the company to continue to pay employees throughout the state government-mandated closures in Melbourne throughout August, September and October, and continue to pay employees…

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